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Clinical management of lacerated wound at neck region in mares

GOSAI ROHITKUMAR K, Abhishek Patel, J. B. Patel, P.T. Sutaria, A.M. Patel and P. B. Patel

J. Vet. Res. Adv., 06 (01):28-30

GOSAI ROHITKUMAR K: COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENCE &A.H., KU, SARDARKRUSHINAGAR

Abhishek Patel: Race course Mumbai

J. B. Patel: Veterinary College, KU, Saradarkrushinagar

P.T. Sutaria: Veterinary College, KU, Saradarkrushinagar

A.M. Patel: Veterinary College, KU, Saradarkrushinagar

P. B. Patel: Veterinary College, KU, Saradarkrushinagar

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Article History: Received on: 05-Oct-23, Accepted on: 11-May-24, Published on: 22-May-24

Corresponding Author: GOSAI ROHITKUMAR K

Email: rohit89dr@gmail.com

Citation: Gosai RK, Patel A, Patel JB, Sutaria PT, Patel AM, Patel PB and Patel RM (2024). Clinical management of lacerated wound at neck region in mares. J. Vet. Res. Adv., 06 (01):28-30


Abstract

Two mares aged 6 and 9 years were brought to the clinics with history of lacerated wound at neck region due to injury by fencing wire while riding. The wound involved skin, underlying muscle along with ruptured left side of jugular vein. The wound was irrigated with normal saline and povidone iodine solution to remove dirt or debris in the wound. After desired level of anesthesia ruptured jugular vein was ligated from proximal end using chromic catgut No.2.  The muscles and skin were sutured in routine manner. The regular dressing of wound carried out and complete healing took place after 31days.


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